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Dustin Pollack

Digital Journalist based in Thornhill, ON, Canada. Joined on Sep 11, 2009

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Op-Ed: What Sidney Crosby means to a generation of hockey fans

If it’s at all possible, Sidney Crosby looked better in his return to the NHL after a 10-month layoff than he did when he left (He was on pace for 64 goals and 132 points.)

Op-Ed: How the return of Horton and Mueller could give insight on Crosby

While the skills of Nathan Horton and Peter Mueller will never be compared to those of Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby, it’s worth giving the two forwards a closer look in the early part of the 2011-2012 NHL campaign.

Op-Ed: The DiPietro disaster and what Tavares means to the Islanders

Let’s go back to the 2000 NHL Entry Draft for a moment. With the first overall pick the New York Islanders selected goaltender Rick DiPietro, prompting general manager Mike Millbury to trade prospect Roberto Luongo (cue laugh track).

Op-Ed: Youngsters continue to lead Jays through September

As September baseball begins to wind down in Toronto, the Blue Jays foresee yet another year without baseball in October – the fifteenth straight season to be exact.

Op-Ed: Predicting the NHL's Western Conference

From top to bottom the Western Conference is generally seen as the stronger of the two in the NHL. But even though the Vancouver Canucks finished with a whopping 117 points last year, the 2010-2011 season didn’t end with a Western champion.

Op-Ed: Predicting the NHL's Eastern Conference

It was just three months ago that the Boston Bruins and Zdeno Chara specifically, emphatically hoisted the Stanley Cup, which led to what will forever be known as the Vancouver riots.

Op-Ed: MLB — Lawrie allows Toronto sports fans to breath easier

“And here he comes, number 13 in your programs and number one in your hearts.” It was perhaps a cliché, over used movie reference that Jerry Howarth used to describe Brett Lawrie last Tuesday night; but for some reason it sounded right.

Op-Ed: How we’ve been corrupted by the NHL draft

We’ve been spoiled. I feel it every time I hear a Leafs fan say they’re fed up with Nazem Kadri and every time a hockey fan ponders why Tyler Seguin only scored 11 goals in his rookie season after being drafted second overall.

NHL: Senators hire Paul MacLean as head coach

The Ottawa Senators have found their replacement for former head coach Cory Clouston, officially hiring Paul MacLean as the teams new bench boss.

NBA: Mavs beat Heat 105-95 to capture franchise's first title

Dallas won its first NBA championship, defeating the Miami Heat in the NBA Finals 105-95. Dirk Nowitzki took home the NBA Finals MVP award.

NBA: Fourth quarter run propels Mavs past Heat in Game 5

It was supposed to be Lebron James’ night. After James put up an abysmal eight points in Game 4 on Wednesday, the statistics showed that he'd respond with a big performance in Game 5.

MLB: Romero goes the distance, but Jays fall to Royals

Ricky Romero pitched an eight-inning complete game, but the Jays offense couldn’t muster more than two runs falling to the Kansas City Royals 3-2 this afternoon.

NHL: Toronto Maple Leafs re-sign goaltender James Reimer

The Toronto Maple Leafs have agreed to terms on a three-year deal with James Reimer, one that would keep the 23-year-old goaltender in Toronto until the end of the 2013-2014 NHL season.

NBA: Mavs take Game 4 over Heat behind feverish Nowitzki

Dirk Nowitzki scored 21 points and the Dallas Mavericks rallied in the fourth quarter again to defeat the Miami Heat 86-83 in Game 4 of the NBA Finals and tie the series at 2-2.

MLB: Jays beat Royals behind big bats of Lind and Arencibia

Adam Lind and J.P Arcencibia each hit homeruns as the Toronto Blue Jays bounced back from a loss Monday to beat the Kansas City Royals 8-5 tonight.

NHL: Bruins’ Recchi looking to hoist third Stanley Cup

At 43 years old, Boston Bruins forward Mark Recchi is still a valuable commodity around the NHL. Currently in his 22nd season Recchi may not be the top-flight forward he once was, but he’s still playing a major impact on the Bruins Stanley Cup run.

MLB: Jays fall to Royals in extra innings

It was a battle of the bullpens at Kauffman Stadium tonight as the Toronto Blue Jays fell 3-2 in 11 innings to the Kansas City Royals.

NFL: Former New York Giant Plaxico Burress released from prison

Former New York Giants wide receiver Plaxico Burress was released from prison today after spending the last 20 months behind bars for criminal possession of a weapon and reckless endangerment.

Op-Ed: NHL: Boston Bruins need more from Marchand

From the point he was drafted until the beginning of the 2010-2011 NHL season Tyler Seguin was the talk of the Boston Bruins.

MLB: Adam Lind swings Jays past Orioles

Adam Lind hit two homeruns and went 4-for-4 at the plate helping the Jays to a 7-4 victory over the Baltimore Orioles this afternoon.
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